UTREES: University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907--

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SONJA AVLIJAŠ. 2015. Explaining variation in female labour force participation across Eastern Europe: The political economy of industrial upgrading and service transition. PhD thesis. LSE. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 28.73%
M.-C. CHIVA. 2002. Patriarchal transitions: Women and democratisation in Hungary and Romania. Ph.D. thesis. Manchester. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 61.6%
OLGA CRETU. 2017. Understanding cross-border career strategies: Post-Soviet women professionals in London. Ph.D. thesis. Middlesex. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 16.11%
G. DJORIĆ. 2000. Gender content of social policy changes in East Central Europe since 1989. M.Phil. thesis. Open. Last edited by: gerard  v    Pop. 62.98%
A.E. DUMBRELL. 2004. Empowerment in transition: Questions of potentiality and women's organisations in Poland and Czechoslovakia. M.Phil. thesis. Sussex. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 61.23%
AGNIESZKA RYDZIK. 2014. (In)visible lives: a visual and participatory exploration of the female migrant tourism worker experience [principally of Central and E. European migrants]. PhD thesis. Cardiff Metropolitan. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 31.95%
INGA SNIUKAITE. 2007. Feminist cyberdialogics: Speech-action and online community: a case study [of a website for feminist activists in Central and E. Europe]. PhD thesis. Warwick. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 0.09%
L. TÖKE. 2003. 'Paradoxes to live with': A feminist approach to Eastern European women's films. M.Phil. thesis. Open. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 38.49%
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